Produces an activity or a tempo plot.

## Arguments

- object, x
A EventDate object.

- ...
Currently not used.

- type
A

`character`

string indicating the type of plot. It must be one of "`activity`

" (default) or "`tempo`

". Any unambiguous substring can be given.- event
A

`logical`

scalar: should the distribution of the event date be displayed? Only used if type is "`activity`

".- select
A

`numeric`

or`character`

vector giving the selection of the assemblage that are drawn.- n
A length-one non-negative

`numeric`

vector giving the desired length of the vector of quantiles for density computation.

## Event and Acccumulation Dates

`plot()`

displays the probability estimate density curves of archaeological
assemblage dates (*event* and *accumulation* dates; Bellanger and Husi
2012). The *event* date is plotted as a line, while the *accumulation* date
is shown as a grey filled area.

The accumulation date can be displayed as a tempo plot (Dye 2016) or an activity plot (Philippe and Vibet 2017):

- Tempo plot
A tempo plot estimates the cumulative occurrence of archaeological events, such as the slope of the plot directly reflects the pace of change.

- Activity plot
An activity plot displays the first derivative of the tempo plot.

## References

Bellanger, L. & Husi, P. (2012). Statistical Tool for Dating and
Interpreting Archaeological Contexts Using Pottery. *Journal of
Archaeological Science*, 39(4), 777-790. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2011.06.031
.

Dye, T. S. (2016). Long-Term Rhythms in the Development of Hawaiian
Social Stratification. *Journal of Archaeological Science*, 71, 1-9.
doi:10.1016/j.jas.2016.05.006
.

Philippe, A. & Vibet, M.-A. (2017). Analysis of Archaeological Phases Using
the R Package ArchaeoPhases. *Journal of Statistical Software, Code
Snippets*, 93(1), 1-25. doi:10.18637/jss.v093.c01
.

## See also

Other plotting methods:
`plot_aoristic`

,
`plot_fit`

,
`plot_mcd`

,
`plot_time()`

## Examples

```
if (FALSE) {
utils::vignette("event")
}
```